URISA Offers 'Data Quality Control' Webinar as Part of LiDAR Series
Des Plaines, Ill. - URISA, the Association for GIS Professionals, is finishing a three part LiDAR webinar series, available for all members of the geospatial community. The final session of the series, Data Quality Control, is being presented on Wed., June 27 at 1 pm ET/ 10 am PT.
The first two sessions of the series, LiDAR 101 and Project Planning, were recorded and are available for purchase.
The purpose of this webinar series is to review concepts involving light detection and ranging (LiDAR), its real-world applications, current visualization, data processing and quality control approaches. The target audience of this webinar is at the beginner to intermediate level, including GIS managers, geospatial analysts, survey professionals, scientists and students.
Series presenter, Mark Stucky, currently serves as the MARS technical support specialist for the GeoSpatial Solutions division of Merrick & Company, a professional engineering services firm based in Aurora, Colo. In this position, Stucky is responsible for technical support and software maintenance of MARS, Merrick’s LiDAR visualization and data processing software solution. He is extensively involved in MARS design, testing and documentation.
URISA Connect is an effective way to develop your professional skills and even work towards GISCI certification education hours. URISA webinars count towards the EDU-2 section of the application.
For more information about this series, or to register, visit www.urisa.org/uclidar.
Other upcoming URISA Connect events include the return of the popular Asset Management series. For more information, visit www.urisa.org/urisaconnect.